64% of workers would consider quitting if asked to return to the office
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An office security service tracking in hundreds of commercial buildings, Kastle, reports that workplaces in the 10 major cities are around 40% filled, up 15% from a year ago. Apple and Google, for example, started demanding hybrid return to work in April.
However, according to a recent ADP Research Institute survey, organizations that require employees to return to work may lose more employees in the coming months, particularly younger employees.
It polled around 32,000 workers in November 2022 from the US, India, the Netherlands, and other nations. Two-thirds of (64%) stated they would hunt for a new job if their employer asked them to return to work full-time. Remote work feels more normal and less daunting for young employees, says ADP's chief economist and co-author Nela Richardson. They grew up with technology. It's in their , schoolwork, and hobbies.
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